Just about a mile off of 109 There’s a little church sittin’ back in the pines I promised that girl she was gonna be mine I wouldn’t be surprised if she was standin’ there cryin’ Chorus: Wo-ah, i didn’t know this bored-out ford could go so slow Wo-ah, you got to put your foot down..
I never was a straight-laced straight-a student Teacher’s pet or child prodigy I wasn’t gonna get rich throwing a football It’d take too long to get a law degree So i sat down with mama and daddy They tried to talk some sense into my thick head But the best advice that i ever got..
Just holding your hand, while the sea breeze blows And the waves roll in, swaying those boats Girl it makes me think I’d like to rock you sweet Up ahead on the dock there’s a little jam band It’s not a far walk if you want to dance In your bare feet And i could..
Oh, lord my god, when i in awesome wonder Consider all the worlds thy hands have made I see the stars, i hear the rolling thunder Thy art throughout the universe displayed. Then sings my soul my saviour god to thee How great thou art, how great thou art Then sings my song my saviour..
I got a six pack, got a single stem rose My baby’s dressed up she’s raring to go I got a jones for the moon and the jukebox I like to two step she likes to rock That clock on the wall it rings, it chimes It’s beer thirty, a honky tonk time Life’s too..
I’m beginning to hear voices and there’s no one around Well, i’m all used up and the fields have turned brown I went to church on sunday and she passed by My love for her is taking such a long time to die I’m waist deep, waist deep in the mist It’s almost like, almost..
I was raised off of rural route three, Out past where the blacktop ends. We’d walk to church on sunday mornings, Race barefoot back to johnson’s fence. That’s where i first saw mary, On that roadside picking blackberries. That summer i turned a corner in my soul, Down that red dirt road. Chorus: It’s where..